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Album Review

The gentle French pop/rock of Zazie was hitting its stride on Zen, one of her best releases. From the moody, alternative rock splash of "Fou de Toi" to the funky synth pop of "Point C'Est Toi" to the low-key balladry of "La La La," this album is a solid mix of Cure-esque flourishes and European pop music. "Larsen" is a groovy mid-tempo pop song that brings to mind Sarah McLachlan, while the title track is a bouncing ballad with a solid hip-hop beat and a sensual performance from Zazie. This is a wonderful introduction to her brand of French pop, which has a European twist that keeps it from becoming too syrupy. The language barrier is not a big deal; it isn't always what she says but the way she says it. Adventurous pop fans should give this a listen — it is a unique blend of alternative rock and French pop.

Customer Reviews


i first heard Zazie in my french class when we had to listen to 'larsen' and I fell in love with it right away. Zazie has a gorgeous voice and everyone of the songs are great to listen to. I love learning songs in different languages because then you can sing them in public and no one will have a clue what you are saying XD this definitely should be more popular because she is a great artist, no matter what the language.


Born: April 18, 1964 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Zazie was one in a long line of French models and actresses turned pop stars, rocketing to overnight success with her 1993 debut single, "Sucré Sale." Born Isabelle de Truchis de Varennes in Boulogne-Billancourt on April 18, 1964, she grew up enamored of French chanson icons like Georges Brassens, Jacques Brel, and Barbara, and at ten began studying violin, soon adding piano and guitar to her curriculum. As a teen Zazie also began writing her own songs, and continued working on original material...
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